青岛市 2014 高三 3 月统一质量检测
本试卷分第Ⅰ卷和第Ⅱ卷两部分，共 12 页，满分 150 分。考试时间 120 分钟。考试结 束后，将答题卡和答题纸一并交回。 注意事项： 1．答卷前，考生务必用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔将姓名、准考证号、考试科目、试卷类型 填涂在答题卡规定的位置上。 2．第Ⅰ卷每小题选出答案后，用 2B 铅笔把答
题卡上对应的答案标号涂黑； 如需改动， 用橡皮擦干净后，再选涂其他答案标号。 3．第Ⅱ卷必须用 0.5 毫米黑色签字笔作答，答案必须写在答题纸各题目指定区域内相 应的位置，不能写在试卷上；如需改动，先划掉原来的答案，然后再写上新的答案；不准 使用涂改液、胶带纸、修正带。不按以上要求作答的答案无效。
第Ⅰ卷 (共 105 分)
第一部分 英语知识运用（共两节，满分 55 分）
第一节 单项填空（共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 从 A、B、C、D 四个选项中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。 1. The Spring Festival is will get together. A. makes A. when A. Being translated A. since A. was smoking A. that A. chooses A. a, the B. made B. what B. Having translated B. before B. had smoked B. which B. has been chosen special holiday for most Chinese when B. the, the C. a, a C. making C. how C. To be translated C. after C. has smoked C. when C. chose A. That's fine C. With pleasure D. the, a D. make D. that D. Having been translated D. until D. smoked D. what D. was chosen B. Never mind D. Don't mention it whole family
2. People from all the corners came to the city center, ______ it very crowded. 3. The problem is ______ we can improve our reading skill in such a short time. 4. ______ into many languages, the book is popular in many countries. 5. We need some more facts and figures ______ we make the final decision. 6. Jack doesn't smoke now, but he ______ for almost twenty years. 7. The result was not the same as they had expected, ______ was rather disappointing. 8. Ashley still remembers the excitement when she ______ for a trip to Canada. 9. — We have missed the train! — ______. There'll be another in ten minutes.
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10.— What can I do for you? — I'd like to buy a present for my son, ______ at a proper price but of great use. A. one B. it C. which D. that 第二节 完形填空 ( 共 30 小题，满分 40 分。A 篇共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分； B 篇共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 阅读下面两篇短文，从短文后各题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D)中，选出可以填 入空白处的最佳选项,并在答题卡上将该项涂黑。
One Friday, a businessman decided to ask his boss for a salary raise. Before going to 11 , he told his wife about it. All day long he felt 12 and uneasy. Finally, in the late afternoon, he gathered the courage to approach his employer. To his 13 , the boss agreed to give him a raise. That evening, the 14 husband arrived home and was surprised to see a beautiful table set with their best china and 15 candles. Smelling the aroma (香味) of the wonderful meal, he 16 that someone from the office had called his wife and tipped her off (透露消息). Finding her in the kitchen, he eagerly 17 the details of his good news. When they sat down to the meal, next to his plate he found a note that read: ''Congratulations, darling. I knew you'd get the 18 . This dinner is to show you how much I love you. '' After dinner, on his way to the 19 to help his wife serve dessert, he noticed a second card had slipped out of his wife's pocket. Picking it up, he read: ''Don't worry about not getting the raise. You 11. A. school 12. A. nervous 13. A. anger 14. A. careful 15. A. deserted 16. A. heard 17. A. shared 18. A. position 19. A. office 20. A. donate 20 it anyway. This dinner is to show how much I love you." B. work B. relaxed B. disappointment B. cheerful B. burned B. found B. told B. note B. living-room B. devote C. home C. curious C. sorrow C. helpful C. lighted C. guessed C. knew C. raise C. kitchen C. demand D. dinner D. dangerous D. delight D. wonderful D. used D. forgot D. talked D. news D. study D. deserve
Once when there was a famine (饥荒), a rich baker sent for twenty of the poorest children in the town, and said to them, ''In this basket there is a loaf for each of you. back to me every 22 at this hour till better times come. '' 第 2 页 共 13 页 21 it, and come
The hungry children 23 eagerly around the basket, and quarreled for the bread, 24 each wished to have the largest loaf. At last they went away without even 25 the good gentleman. But Gretchen, a poorly-dressed little girl, did not 26 or struggle with the rest, but remained 27 modestly in the distance. When the ill-behaved children had left, she took the 28 loaf, which alone was left in the basket, 29 the gentleman's hand, and went home.
The next day the children were as 30 as before, and poor, shy Gretchen received a loaf only nearly half the 31 of the one she got the first day. When she came home, her mother cut the 32 open, many new, shining pieces of silver fell out of it. Her mother was very much 33, and said, ''Take the money back to the good 34 at once, for it must have got into the loaf 35. Be quick, Gretchen! Be quick! '' But when the little girl gave the rich man her mother's 36 , he said, ''No, no, my child, it was no 37. I had the silver pieces put into the smallest loaf to 38 you. Always be as contented, peaceable, and 39 as you now are. Go home now, and the 40 is your own. '' 21. A. Take 22. A. month 23. A. stood 24. A. but 25. A. hearing 26. A. play 27. A. crying 28. A. best 29. A. kissed 30. A. hungry 31. A. size 32. A. letter 33. A. surprised 34. A. policeman 35. A. by accident B. Buy B. week B. sat B. so B. thanking B. laugh B. standing B. oldest B. took B. angry B. number B. bread B. pleased B. teacher B. by heart C. Order C. day C. gathered C. since C. thinking C. quarrel C. quarreling C. largest C. seized C. eager C. length C. basket C. terrified C. gentleman C. by hand D. Smell D. year D. looked D. because D. looking D. speak D. singing D. smallest D. waved D. rude D. amount D. bag D. excited D. child D. by itself
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36. A. letter 37. A. luck 38. A. test 39. A. careful 40. A. loaf
B. apology B. use B. reward B. grateful B. basket
C. money C. good C. thank C. beautiful C. world
D. message D. mistake D. attract D. enthusiastic D. money
第二部分 阅读理解 (共 25 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分) 阅读下列短文，从每题所给的四个选项（A、B、C 和 D)中，选出最佳选项，并在答 题卡上将该项涂黑。
An 80-year-old man was sitting on the sofa in his house along with his 45-year-old highly educated son. Suddenly a crow（乌鸦）perched on the tree near their window. The father asked his son, ''What is this? '' The son replied, ''It is a crow. '' After a few minutes, the father asked his son the 2nd time, ''What is this? '' The son said, ''Father, I have just now told you 'It's a crow'. '' After a little while, the old father again asked his son the 3rd time, ''What is this? '' ''It's a crow, a crow, a crow.'' said the son loudly. A little after, the father again asked his son the 4th time, ''What is this? '' This time the son shouted at his father, ''Why do you keep asking me the same question again and again? 'IT IS A CROW'. Are you not able to understand this? '' A little later the father went to his room and came back with an old diary, which he had kept since his son was born. On opening a page, he asked his son to read that page. When the son read it, the following words were written in the diary: ''Today my little son aged three was sitting with me on the sofa, when a crow was sitting on the window. My son asked me 23 times what it was, and I replied to him all 23 times that it was a crow. I hugged him lovingly each time he asked me the same question again and again for 23 times. I did not at all feel annoyed; I rather felt affection for my innocent child. '' 41. What does the underlined word ''perched'' mean in the passage? A. knocked A. hurried B. landed B. impatient C. hit C. excited D. flew D. surprised 42. In what tone did the son say to his Father ''It's a crow, a crow, a crow. ''? 43. Why did the Father ask the same question again and again? 第 4 页 共 13 页
A. Because he couldn't understand what his son said. B. Because he was too old to remember anything. C. Because he wanted to make his son angry. D. Because he wanted to see how patient his son would be. 44. How old was the old man when his son asked him 23 times ''What is this''? A. 80 years old. A. A crow. B. 45 years old. B. An old man. C. 38 years old. C. An old dairy. D. 35 years old. D. Father's love. 45. What is the most suitable title for the passage?
During the past Spring Festival, many children may have received red packets from their families. But Xing Pu, a 40-year-old economist, is asking the government to give red packets to every Chinese citizen. Xing suggested the government give out 1,000 yuan to each Chinese since the government income has increased rapidly in recent years. He said his suggestion would allow everyone to directly enjoy the fruits of the country's economic success, help the lower-income groups deal with rising prices and increase consumption（消费）around the country. Recent years have seen the government carry out a series of pro-poor (扶贫) and pro-rural （惠农） policies, including increasing spending on public healthcare and calling off the agricultural tax. But the lower-income group still needs more help while being hit hard by an 11-year high in prices and recent snowstorms. Xing said while making the draft, he has borrowed many ideas from practices in countries like the United States and Singapore. Earlier this year, the governments of the two nations offered cash handouts （救济） to their citizens as the result of a surplus in government income. As for in China, "We can even encourage the rich to donate their 1,000 yuan red packet to the poor," said Xing. Although Xing's suggestion has gained wide support among ordinary Chinese on the Internet, many other economists criticized it as unpractical. Even Xing himself admitted he made the suggestion without any careful calculation. But they agreed with Xing's point that the growing economic pie should be shared among the people. "To better use the increase of money, handing out money is not a solution that holds good for all time. It could be better to improve the public service or cut the price of energy use in daily life," said Qiao Xinsheng, an economic professor. 46. Xing Pu suggested that the government give out 1,000 yuan to each Chinese because ______. 第 5 页 共 13 页
A. the poor should get help from the rich B. the government should help the rich C. the growing economic pie should be shared among the people D. the government doesn’t know how to use the money 47. What has the government done to help the lower-income group ? A. Spending less on public health care. C. Carrying out pro-poor policies. A. Supplying food to everyone every day. B. Cutting off the price of energy use in daily life. C. Controlling the rising of prices. D. Increasing the government income. 49. Xing Pu's ideas of giving red packets to every Chinese citizen mainly came from ______. A. children receiving red packets from their families B. the US and Singapore governments offering cash handouts to their citizens C. the government's increasing spending on public health care D. the rising prices in the country 50. Xing Pu's suggestion ______. A. was supported by everyone in the country C. was supported by the government B. caused debates on the internet D. would be adopted soon B. Increasing the agricultural tax. D. Handing out money to every Chinese.
48. According to some experts, what is better than giving out money?
Historians usually just study great things that happened in the past time, but Drew Faust has made history! On February 11, 2007, Faust was named president of Harvard University. She is the first woman to hold the position in the school's 371-year history. "I am a historian," she said. "I've spent a lot of time thinking about the past, and about how it shapes the future. No university in the country, perhaps the world, has as remarkable a past as Harvard's. " "And our common enterprise is to make Harvard's future even more remarkable than its past. That will mean recognizing and building on what we already do well. It will also mean recognizing what we don't do as well as we should, and not being satisfied until we find ways to do better." It is her great desire for improvement and willingness to try out new ideas that have given Drew success in a world controlled by men. "This is a man's world, my girl, and the sooner you
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learn that, the better off you'll be." Drew Faust recalls her mother telling her this when she was young, but she didn't buy it. Faust grew up in a well-off family in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley in the 1950s. Even then, she was a trailblazer (先驱). A conversation with her family's black handyman (零工) and driver inspired her to write a letter, on school notebook paper, to President Dwight Eisenhower. She asked that he help bring US citizens together in the south, a much divided part of the country at the time. "Drew Faust is a historian with her eyes on the future," said Susan Graham, a professor of Harvard. Many of the university's schools said that they believe Harvard will have a brighter future under the leadership of Drew Faust. 51. Why does the writer say Drew Faust has made history? A. Because she is a historian. B. Because she was president of Harvard University. C. Because she was the first woman to be president of Harvard University. D. Because Harvard has a remarkable past. 49. What do we know about historians? A. They usually study great things that happened in the past. B. They are usually presidents of universities. C. They are usually born in well-off families. A. accept B. expect D. They are usually women. C. purchase D. afford 53. What does the underlined word ''buy'' in the fourth paragraph mean? 54. What did her mother mean by saying ''This is a man’s world, my girl... '' ? A. To encourage her to do man's work. C. To ask her to be well-off. A. Faust was born in the north of the US. B. She wrote a letter to President Eisenhower when she became president of Harvard. C. Faust's desire for improvement and willingness to try out new ideas has given her success. D. Historians just care about great things that happened in the past. B. To tell her to do things as a girl should do. D. To expect her to be a historian.
50. Which of the following is true according to the passage?
About 400 high school students from Western Pennsylvania and the neighboring state of Ohio joined a heated discussion recently on "China: What Does the Future Hold?"
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"It's either going to turn out really good or really bad - who knows?" said Braveen Ragunathan, a senior from an Ohio high school. In his mind all Americans are connected to China in some way. The forum (论坛) was held in Pittsburgh, once a US industrial center, now facing job-cuts because of competition brought about by globalization. The aim of the forum is to help American students learn more about the outside world. Elliott Blackwell, a junior at the Neighborhood Academy, said the forum let him know more about how China's economic development will affect America in the future. Some students, although impressed by China's economic boom, expressed uneasiness about the nation's practices and differences from the American way of doing business and politics. "China is a power coming up，so they might challenge us," Paul Amon, a junior from Oil City High School, said. "I'd hope that China can be our partner but I think that we'd clash (冲突) along the way because we're too different," he added. George Riley, a teacher explained: "The view of China is usually negative (否定的) and I think that's fueled by the media." However, some negative feelings are not from the media. Merri Ebel is a senior at East Allegheny High School north of Pittsburgh. Both her parents lost their jobs recently. The company they worked for said it was cheaper to produce goods in China rather than the US. "China is just this big question mark. China was just a big country with millions of people that no one really knew about because it was so far away and our class was more American history based," she said. For better or worse US teenagers are eager to know more about China, the forum shows. 56. From the passage we know that most US teenagers ______. A. know only a little about China C. know nothing about China A. China and the US are too different C. China and the US are enemies A. their teachers affect them C. newspapers and online news affect them 59. Which of the following from the passage is true? A. The view of China is usually positive. B. The forum is not necessary at all. B. know much about China D. like China very much B. China and the US are close partners D. they know China very well B. their classmates affect them D. the forum affects them
57. Many US students expressed their uneasiness about China because______.
51. The main reason that China in their eyes is usually negative is probably that ______.
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C. The US and China would clash along the way because we are too big. D. US teenagers are eager to know more about China. 60. What is the best title of the passage? A. Teenagers in the USA C. Cheaper goods in China B. Job-cuts in Pittsburgh D. China in their eyes
(RAMALLAH, West Bank) — Israel （以色列） freed 26 Palestinian （巴勒斯坦） prisoners early Wednesday, the second of four groups to be released as part of an agreement that started the current Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, which had broken down since 2008. In all, 104 prisoners are to be released in four rounds over the coming months. In the West Bank and Gaza（加沙）, the mood was overexcited as hundreds of Palestinians welcomed the prisoners back home, after many had spent more than 20 years behind bars. Crowds of people rushed toward the 5 prisoners released to Gaza, raising them on their shoulders, waving Palestinian flags and dancing to music. Relatives held signs that read “we will never forget our heroes.” More than 2,000 people welcomed the 21 prisoners released to the West Bank, who were greeted at a ceremony by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah. Hazem Shubair, thrown into prison in 1994 for the death of an Israeli according to the Israeli Prison Service, was over delighted upon his return to Gaza. “I am speechless,” he said. “Thanks to God. God is greater than the aggressors,” meaning Israel. Abbas said a final peace agreement with Israel was possible on the release of the prisoners. “There will be no final agreement without the release of all the prisoners,” he told the violent crowd. Israel’s Supreme Court (最高法院) earlier refused an appeal that intended to cancel the prisoner release. An organization of bereaved (失去亲人的) families behind the appeal has said it fears the prisoners, all in connection to the deaths of Israelis, will return to violence once freed. 61. Why did Israel free 26 Palestinian prisoners early Wednesday? A. Because they would take part in the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. B. Because that was part of an agreement between Israel and Palestinians. C. Because the current Israeli-Palestinian peace talks failed. D. Because the peace talks had broken down since 2008. 62. How many Palestinian prisoners had been released by Wednesday? A. 21 B. 26. C. Over 26. 第 9 页 共 13 页 D. 104.
63. Which of the following is true according to the passage? A. Wednesday’s release was the whole part of the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. B. The other 104 Palestinian prisoners will be freed in the coming months. C. All the Palestinian prisoners were greeted by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. D. All the Palestinian prisoners were welcomed warmly. 64. There will be no final peace agreement between Israel and Palestinians until______. A. all the Palestinian prisoners kept in Israeli prisons are set free B. all the prisoners return to violence once again C. God is greater than the aggressors D. Palestinians welcome some prisoners back home 65. From the last paragraph we know _______. A. Israel stopped to release the rest of the Palestinian prisoners B. some Israelis didn’t agree to release the Palestinian prisoners C. all the Israelis are in favor of setting the Palestinian prisoners free D. the Palestinian prisoners will return to violence once freed
第Ⅱ 卷 (共 45 分)
第三部分 书面表达 (共两节，满分 45 分) 第一节 阅读表达 (共 5 小题;每小题 3 分,满分 15 分) 阅读下面的短文并用英语回答问题，然后将答案写到答题卡相应的位置上（请注意问 题后的词数要求） 。 [ 1 ] Adrian's "Amazing Race'' started early when his parents realized that he, as a baby, couldn't hear a thing, not even loud noises. In a special school for the hearing impaired (听觉受 损的), he learned sign language and got to mix with other disabled children. However, the sight of all the disabled children communicating with one another upset his mother. She wanted him to lead a normal life. So after speaking to an advisor, she sent him to private classes where he learned to read lips and pronounce words. [ 2 ] Later Adrian's parents decided to send him to a regular school. But the headmaster tried to________________, saying regular schools couldn't take care of a special-needs student. His
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parents were determined to take the risk and push him hard to go through his work every day because they wanted to prove that, given the opportunity, he could do anything. Adrian made the grade and got accepted. It was a big challenge. The pace was faster so he had to sit at the front of the class and really pay attention to the teacher, which wasn' t always easy. But he stuck to it and did a lot of extra work after school [ 3 ] The effort made by Adrian and his parents paid off. Adrian graduated with good grades and got into a top high school. He also achieved a lot in life outside school. He developed a love for the outdoors and went to Nepal to climb mountains. He even entered the World Yacht Race —being the first hearing-impaired Asian to do so. [ 4 ] But none of these achievements would have been possible without one of the most important lessons from his mother. "If you believe in yourself and work hard, you can achieve great results'', she often said. 66. How did Adrian communicate with other children in the special school? (no more than 5 words)
67. Fill in the blank in Paragraph 2 with proper words. (no more than 8 words)
68. What does the underlined word "it" in paragraph 2 refer to? (no more than 8 words)
69. What's the main idea of paragraph 3? (no more than 15 words)
70. Complete the following statement according to paragraph 4. (no more than 8 words) The most important reason for Adrian's success is that he_____________________________. 第二节：写作 (满分 30 分) 假如你是李华， 你的美国朋友 Tom 几天前给你发来电子邮件， 询问你的寒假生活情况， 请根据以下要点给他回一封邮件：
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1. 感谢 Tom 的来信；
注意：1.词数 120-150； 2.可适当增加细节，以使行文连贯； 3.开头结尾已给出，不计 入总词数。
第Ⅰ 卷 第一部分：英语知识运用 第一节 （共 10 小题；每小题 1.5 分，满分 15 分） 1-5 ACCDB 第二节 6-10 DBDBA
完形填空 ( 共 30 小题，满分 40 分。A 篇共 10 小题，每小题 1 分，满分 10 分；
B 篇共 20 小题，每小题 1.5 分，满分 30 分） 11-15 BADBC 26-30 CBDAD 16-20 CACCD 31-35 ABACA 21-25 ACCDB 36-40 DDBBD
第二部分：阅读理解（共 25 小题；每小题 2 分，满分 50 分） 41-45 BBDCD 56-60 AACDD 46-50 CCBBB 61-65 BCDAB 51-55 CAABC
第Ⅱ卷 第三部分 第一节：阅读表达（共 5 题，每小题 3 分，满分 15 分） 66. With/By using sign language 67. stop them (from doing so) prevent them from doing so persuade them not to do that persuade them to give up this idea. 68. To study/Studying at the regular school Adjusting himself to the regular school life 69. Adrian got great achievements (because of the effort made by him and his parents). 第 12 页 共 13 页
The effort made by Adrian and his parents made him succeed. The effort made by Adrian and his parents paid off. 70. believe in himself and work hard (根据学生具体表达酌情给分)
第二节：写作 (满分 30 分)（略） 评分参考标准： 极优档 (30 分)：书写规范；覆盖所有要点，内容充实；词汇丰富，行文流畅，有修辞意识。 优秀档 (26-29) ：紧扣主题，覆盖所有要点，内容充实；语法结构多样，词汇丰富，行文 较为流畅，显示出较强的语言运用能力，语言小错不超过 6 个。 良好档 (22-25)：紧扣主题，覆盖所有要点，内容较充实，语言有少量错误，但基本不影响 意思表达。 一般档 (18-21)：紧扣主题，基本覆盖所有要点，能够表达基本内容，语言错误已影响了部 分意思的表达，但多数句子基本正确。 较差（13-17） ：内容不完整，要点不全，行文不连贯，语言错误（尤其是大错）较多，多 数句子基本正确。 差（7-12） ：内容混乱，或主要内容偏离主题，能够写出少数与内容相关的可读句。 极差（0-6） ：只能写出与内容相关的词语，没有有效信息，抄写其他文章，或只写出与作 文无关的内容。 注意事项： 1.评分时，先根据文章要点的涵盖度及语言表达来初步确定是否达到及格线。 2. 词数若少于 120 字，从应得分中扣 2 分。 3. 关于大错、小错。 小错：单词拼写、冠词、大小写、标点符号错误。 大错：搭配错误、用词错误（介词、名词、动词、形容词、副词） ；时态、语态、主谓一致、 非谓语动词、句式等错误。
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